An Acrylic painting I just finished over this past week that is 5 by 4 feet! Biggest painting I’ve ever done and I wish I made the image bigger and lower cause its not centered - but not a big deal I really love the outcome
Just posted a TON of art work I’ve done this semester
I really hope you enjoy what I’ve done because I really enjoyed the outcome of them all :) Feel free to leave any comments and don’t hesitate to reblog the ones you like :D
A comparison of the three landscape studies I did; it’s a bit blurry but there are close ups below of each
This was the first lino print project I’ve done since grade 11 so it’s been a while. I had fun playing with the negative space and tangling objects here. I wish i played with more variety in line thickness but again, overall happy with this
This is my interpretation of the picture below - I took out a lot of the dead branches because 1) it was way to hard to paint them all (maybe one day i will) 20 I really enjoy how much brighter the overall image is with more sky plus this is a super sentimental painting for me so I wanted to brighten it up a little. This was the final landscape study we had to do independently
Still Life painting done in class. Not a huge fan of the blue colors I used - they seem to strong. But i love the outcome of the Caterpillar and overall composition. Slowly getting better at folds in fabric but its a work in progress
This was a woodcut print - EXTREMELY hard for me to do. I created my own story of the sun god Ra using references from the MET museum. I really like the outcome of the bird !
I posted a different version of this a long time ago and this was actually the final design I chose, I don’t know why the quality sucks but you get the idea hopefully. This was a pattern of life and that bottom text just explains how I created a Tree/Deer hybrid to show how animals depends on forest life and such
The second landscape study we did in class using only black and white paint. The top photo is mine of course and the bottom is the picture I reproduced. Let me know what you think!
An african sunset painting I did in class to study different landscapes- we were only allowed red, yellow, black and white so luckily I chose this picture!